Career Services Recognized
The Missouri Rehabilitation Association recognizes ACT Career Services as Service Provider of the Year.
New logo adopted
The logo symbolizes ACT’s partnership with every consumer and stakeholder. It is a partnership of support and assistance leading to new levels of enjoyment in life for each individual.
The Behavior Therapy program becomes Behavior Development Services. Registered nurse joins ACT
A registered nurse is hired to help oversee health issues for persons in the Community Living program.
ACT develops plans for social media and an electronic newsletter.
ACT begins providing personal assistance and other services through a new department, In-Home services.
Seamless Transition Through Enhanced Partnership (STEP)
A collaborative program called STEP begins. STEP is designed to provide students with disabilities who are at risk of unemployment or underemployment following high school graduation with career exploration, job skills training, and job placement services during their senior year of high school.
ACT establishes its operating reserve policy.
RN is added to ACT’s Community Integration staff.
The Seamless Transition through Enhanced Partnership (STEP) program receives the “Cutting Edge Award” from the Missouri Association of County Development Disabilities Services (MACDDS).
In partnership with Boone County Family Services, Columbia Public Schools, Central Missouri Regional Office, Moresource, Services for Independent Living, State Vocational Rehabilitation, self-advocates, and family members of individuals with disabilities, ACT is awarded the Show-Me-Careers Grant. The grant is geared toward increasing community employment for one key cohort, youth and young adults, ages 16 through 30.
Changes to the Waiver Definition result in changes to the ACT Works program. Community employment must be the goal for anyone receiving employment services at ACT.
Community Integration receives first new lift van from Federal Grant.
ACT participates in CoMoGives for the first time, raising money to that goes exclusively to purchases that will assist individuals receiving ACT services.